According to the company’s announcement, the Tesla Cybertruck pickup truck can reach a range of up to 515 km on a single charge, but in reality this number is significantly lower.
Recently, a Youtube channel in the US just livestreamed the operation of the Cybertruck electric pickup truck, as well as tested the performance of this vehicle model. Accordingly, this test was livestreamed and updated on many different social networking platforms.
To minimize the impact on the final results, the testers started early in the morning and set off in a fully charged Cybertruck and drove until the battery drained to 0% and it seemed that the vehicle the vehicle is inoperable.
At the same time, the testing conditions are somewhat ideal when the temperature is only 7 degrees Celsius, the average operating speed is 112 km/h. However, the results showed that the car could only run 409 km instead of the 515 km announced by the company. This result is about 21% lower than the parameters given by the EPA and Tesla.
The Tesla Cybertruck model used in the test is the Dual Motor Founder Series, with 20-inch wheels and 35-inch all-terrain tires. According to Carscoops, this configuration is said to be optimal to reach a maximum operating range of 515 km.